- something used as a protection from the rays of the sun, as an awning or a parasol.
Origin of sunshade
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Examples from the Web for sunshades
A cluster of sunshades on the bridge glowed for a moment and was lost in shadow.Villa Rubein and Other Stories
No: keep the sunshades and give me the camp stools (taking them).You Never Can Tell
George Bernard Shaw
Other ladies carried their sunshades so, and Rob resented it.When a Man's Single
J. M. Barrie
Sunshades and umbrellas must not be put up when in the front line.
Your hats go with your dresses and your sunshades with both.Balloons
- a device, esp a parasol or awning, serving to shade from the sun
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